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The Revd. Canon Karina Green
Karina was born in Portsmouth and after leaving school went and worked for a few years with Lloyds Bank. She then worked for the Ockenden Venture for 4 years, a charity working mainly with Vietnamese refugees.
Karina was ordained in 1990, serving her title at St Faith’s Lee –On-The-Solent and in 1994 became Guildford Diocesan Youth Advisor. In 1999 she returned to Portsmouth Diocese as Youth & Children’s Advisor and the Bishop’s Representative for Child Protection. In 2003 she was appointed to St George’s Portsea and at the same time held a training post for the diocese.
In Aug 2012 Karina was appointed Priest In Charge of St Alban’s West Leigh. Other responsibilities include being Joint Area Dean of Havant and a governor at both St Alban’s Church of England Primary School and Sharps Copse Primary School.
The Revd. Max Millett
Brought up in Plymouth but has lived in Portsmouth for 50 years.
Worked in the local NHS until retirement in 2002.
Trained for self-supporting/part-time ministry on the scheme based at Sarum College, Salisbury.
Ordained priest 1996; helping initially at St Peter’s, Somerstown then St George’s, Portsea as well as a spell as school chaplain.
Linked with us here at St Alban’s from 2017.
Has also over the years been involved with the diocesan spirituality team, helping with training, quiet days/retreats and spiritual direction.
Miss Sharon Hardie
Mr David Vincent
My name is Chris Hoskins, I have been married to my husband Frank for 40 years, and we have a couple of recued greyhounds called Byron, who is 4 and Annie who is 6, that we adopted a couple of years ago.
I have joined the family here at St Albans as a Reader. For those who may not know, Readers, also known as Licensed Lay Ministers, are lay people, called by God, trained and licensed by the Church, to preach, teach, lead worship and assist in pastoral, evangelistic and liturgical work of the Church. There are around 150 of us in the Portsmouth Diocese. In church, Readers can be distinguished from their ordained colleagues by the distinctive blue Readers’ scarf.
I am really looking forward to meeting everyone and having the opportunity to get to know one another.